gogo maweni celebrates birthday, after announcing pregnancy

Gogo Maweni Celebrates Birthday, After Announcing Pregnancy

Reality star Gogo Maweni, also known as Lee-Ann Makopo-Mgube, celebrated her birthday in a luxurious way.

She posted six pictures on social media wearing a beautiful red dress and holding a bottle of champagne and two bouquets of red roses. 

Gogo Maweni wrote a birthday message to herself, expressing gratitude for another year of growth and self-discovery. Her fans flooded the post with birthday wishes, hoping for a great year ahead for her. 

This is not the first time Gogo Maweni has treated herself. On Valentine’s Day, her husband surprised her with a trail of red roses and money leading to a romantic table set up on the balcony. 

Gogo Maweni, who is known for her luxurious lifestyle and designer brands. She has recently announced that she is expecting twins with her husband Sabelo Magube revealed that she conceived the twins through in vitro fertilization (IVF). 

She initially wanted to keep the pregnancy a secret until her bump was visible. Gogo Maweni already has three children from previous relationships. She has not disclosed further details about her pregnancy or IVF journey.

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Gogo Maweni had recently discussed her spiritual powers and the negative impact of social media on her life in an interview with DJ Sbu on The Hustlers Corner Podcast. She also shared eerie secrets about the dark side of her work as a traditional healer. 

The announcement of her twin pregnancy received positive reactions from her fans, but confusion arose when she shared photos and videos of herself and her husband being served champagne during a trip to Durban. 

Some fans had questioned whether she was really pregnant or not, later they confirmed about IVF.

IVF (vitro fertilization) is a medical procedure in which eggs are fertilized with sperm outside the body. The fertilized eggs are then implanted in the woman’s uterus, where they can develop into a baby.

It’s a common treatment for infertility, which is the inability to get pregnant after one year of unprotected sex. 

In Nigeria and Africa, IVF is becoming increasingly popular as a way to help couples who are struggling to conceive. The process of IVF in Nigeria or Africa is similar to the process in other parts of the world. 

The success rate of IVF in Nigeria or Africa is similar to the success rate in other parts of the world. The average success rate for women under the age of 35 is about 40%. However, the success rate decreases with age.